News roundup: Political piñatas, real estate, vandals, luchadores

Pittsburgh Steelers running back Josh Harris posted this pic of himself wearing the El Chuy "Oak Cliff" cap on Instagram. Harris grew up in the Singing Hills neighborhood and went to Duncanville High School.
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Josh Harris posted this pic of himself wearing the El Chuy “Oak Cliff” cap on Instagram. Harris grew up in the Singing Hills neighborhood and went to Duncanville High School.

ABC News Politics posted this interview with Carlos de la Fuente of ABC Party. The party store and piñata maker was featured in the April Advocate and has gained a lot of attention for its Donald Trump piñatas. “The more Donald Trump talks, the more money I make,” de la Fuente told the news outlet. “So keep on talking, Donald.”

Photo courtesy of Andrew Garza
Photo courtesy of Andrew Garza

Here is a delightful story about Oak Cliff luchadores.

Did you know Oak Cliff is a hot home-buying market?

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Those [expletive] car-window smashers are still at it around Oak Cliff. Neighbors have captured photos and video of the red SUV, but no one has gotten a plate number so far. We will catch you, window smashers!

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